Chilean Military Published a Previously Classified Video with a UFO

After two years of investigating the video shot by military pilots in 2014, the experts acknowledged that they cannot explain the nature of the object caught by the camera.

The Committee for the Study of Anomalous Aerial Phenomena (CEFAA) in Chile that analyzes information about unidentified flying objects published a video shot by military pilots in November 2014: after studying the footage, the experts concluded that it features a UFO, The Huffington Post reports.

CEFAA experts study data about unidentified objects in the sky on regular basis, but most often they are able to identify them. In this case, they did not succeed. The video shows an unidentified object that appears in the frame and then disappears in the clouds. The officer who was aboard a helicopter, from where the video was shot, describes the object as a ‘flat, elongated structure with two thermal spotlights’.

“We do not know what it was, but we do know what it was not,” General Ricardo Bermúdez, Director of CEFAA, said. The Committee has established that the object captured by the military was not a bird, a piece of space debris, an insect, a plane, a skydiver, a hang-glider or an atmospheric anomaly. Experts from many fields — chemists, meteorologists, astrophysicists, video analysts — took part in the investigation, but none of the hypotheses proposed by them could be confirmed.

“This has been one of the most important cases in my career as director of CEFAA because our Committee was at its best,” Bermúdez says. “The CEFAA is well regarded partly because there is full participation from the scientists of the academic world, the armed forces through their representatives, and the aeronautic personnel from the DGAC, including its Director. […] the great majority of committee members agreed to call the subject in question a UAP (Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon) due to the number of highly researched reasons that it was unanimously agreed could not explain it.”

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